Rugs Show Symbols, by Chris B.

My stamp is showing a rug that the Southwest Indians made. In the rug it has a sun. On both sides of the sun is falling rain. Next to the rain are green plants, and next to that is soil. The sun, rain, and soil help grow plants that provide food for the Indians to eat. The rug is made out of wool from sheep. The Indians use this rug to walk on and to decorate their houses.

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